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balk
to stop short and refuse to proceed
bard
a composer of singer in epic verse
bilk
to cheat out of something valuable
boor
a person known for inscincere behavior
dolt
a person known for stupidity
dupe
to trick or decieve by underhand means
quip
a clever witty remark
banter
to speak in a witty teasing manner
dirge
a song or hymn of grief
drivel
to talk in a stupid or infantile way
vapid
flat, dull, lacking taste
wheedle
to influence or persuade by flattery
unfounded
false
impious
disrespectful
intrepid
having no fear
inauspicious
not favorable
incorrigible
incapable of being reformed
unfettered
free from restraints, liberated
a) unsubstantiated

b) unwarrented
a) not proven

b)lacking justification
elusive
out of reach, hard to catch
amorphous
having no form or shape
eminent
outstanding
anomaly
not following the norm
revoke
to take back
extricate
to get out of an entanglement
unteneble
cannot be defeated
benevolent
inclination to do good
misanthrope
person who hates/distrusts mankind
miscreant
criminal
aberration
departure from what is normal
a) malefactor

b) malignant
a) evil doer

b) evil influence
a)malediction

b) malevolent

C) malicious
a) to say bad things

b) wishing evil/harm to others

c) to cause pain to another
supercilious
haughty, thinking high of onesself, arrogant
benediction
to say or speak well of
a)pellucid

b) translucent
a)clear, transparent

b) permitting the passage of light
affluent
to flow in abundance, wealthy
a) antipathy

b) empathy
a) feeling against, dislike

b) feeling the same as someone
diffident
lack of confidence
acrimonious
full of spite, bitter, nasty
superfluous
flowing above, exceeding what is necessary
a) acuity

b) acumen
a) keenness of perception

b) mental sharpness
perfidious
untrustworthy
exacerbate
to inflame a conflict
specious
semmingly fair or true but actually not so
despondent
dejected
disconsolate
dispirited
the agony of defeat
anachronism
something that is not happening in its proper time
impugn
to challange the accuracy of something
pugnacious
combative, quick to fight
repugnant
offensive, repulsive
intractable
intransigent
obstinate
dogged
obdurate
recalcitrant
stubborn, inflexible, hard to budge
perspicacity
having keen vision
clandestine
furtive
covert
stealthy
surreptitious
sneaky